As the senior paralegal at Antonini & Cohen, Gwynne Davis brings a plethora of experience to the firm to assist our clients and train our paralegals.
Gwynne was born and raised in Atlanta and graduated high school from Riverwood in Sandy Springs. During college, she had the opportunity to live with a host family in Mexico City. Her Spanish language skills strengthened dramatically because of this experience, as her host family (including their three adult daughters) did not speak English.
Although she started her career in the financial sector, Gwynne soon found herself wanting to pursue social work so she could help people in a different way. She joined the Board of Immigration Appeals as an accredited representative with Catholic Charities, assisting immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers with their immigration paperwork. Here, she met Atlanta immigration attorney Carolina Antonini. Gwynne held this position for five years before transitioning to a similar role as a paralegal at Carolina’s law firm, and was one of the first employees at Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group.
Gwynne stays very active outside of the office as well. She enjoys visiting family in nearby South Carolina. She also likes cheering for Liverpool in England’s Premier League football, especially if they’re up against her brother’s favorite team, Manchester United. Like many of the staff at Antonini & Cohen, Gwynne is a music fan – Buena Vista Social Club and Jimmy Buffet, to name a couple of favorites. No stranger to local restaurants, you also might find Gwynne around Atlanta enjoying some local grub at Local 3, Muss & Turners, SOHO – or wherever there’s a Groupon.
We’re glad to have you as part of the Antonini & Cohen team, Gwynne!
At Antonini & Cohen, we have been providing energetic, effective and aggressive representation in all areas of American immigration law since 1991.